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  1. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Dog Lost 4 months ago

    “Like any good adventure story, Little Dog Lost by Steve Boreman is a metaphor for broader concepts and bigger concerns. It contains parables and morality plays, palatably packaged in humorous comic strip form.” We may have to look deeper…

  2. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy 11 months ago

    Of course, that was my first thought. I checked the copyright year to make sure, but I think the strip was over by then.

  3. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 2 years ago

    If anyone ever doubts that Susie actually had a crush on Calvin, this strip shows her true feelings. Boys do mature later about these things!

  4. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy almost 2 years ago

    Its interesting to remember that Lindbergh’s flight was the Apollo 11 of this time!

  5. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy almost 2 years ago

    I’d love to know if there was a “real” instance of Somerset’s pants. Maybe he was supposed to grow into them!

  6. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy almost 2 years ago

    I had read this one already in the book, and I’m sorry Mr. Percy, but I’m a guy that gives up like that !

  7. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy about 2 years ago

    I’m a priest, so forgive me, but I noticed that Lent meant a lot more back then, too! ;-)

  8. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy about 2 years ago

    “Always droppin’ weasels in the Senate.” Gotta love these old sayings!

  9. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy about 2 years ago

    It’s digustful, is all I’m sayin’!

  10. RJ Hatton GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 2 years ago

    I had to google to make sure, but I didn’t know about Buster’s friend, Mary Jane, but knew there was a shoe style called Mary Janes; even though the shoe style is older than this comic, the shoes came go be associated with Buster and Mary Jane!